Analysis of a random-access protocol under long-range-dependent traffic

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Aloha-type random-access protocols have been employed as access-control protocols in wireline and wireless, and stationary and mobile, multiple-access communications networks. They are frequently employed by the control and signaling subsystem of demand-assigned multiple-access protocols for regulating the sharing of a multiaccess communications channel… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TVT.2003.811529

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@article{Gao2003AnalysisOA, title={Analysis of a random-access protocol under long-range-dependent traffic}, author={Jianbo Gao and Izhak Rubin}, journal={IEEE Trans. Vehicular Technology}, year={2003}, volume={52}, pages={693-700} }